Bear Cub

from Huggable Bears

Bear Cub Pattern


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Knitting: Bear Cub
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, purl, cast on/off, increase, decrease
  • Basic sewing

Pattern Description:

Introducing Bear Cub. I think this is my favourite bear so far, he's such a baby, cuddly bear, so sweet natured and just wants a snuggle.

He has big paws and big ears so you can see he's going to grow up to be a big bear but for now enjoy having a bear cub in the family.

Or another option is to purchase my eBook which contains all 5 Little Furry Friends, saving $5.00 for the complete collection.

Printing warning: Because I have included a step by step assembly guide, full of useful photos, this file has many pages. You may wish to print pattern pages, while saving the step by step guide in your Document file to be referred to as and when necessary.


Size dependant on yarn weight/needle size

Its a good idea to use a small needle size to create a tight weave to your knitted fabric.


  • 100grams/170 meters eyelash yarn
  • 25 grams/50 meters double knit/lightweight worsted (optional)
  • 3.5mm/4US straight knitting needles
  • Yarn sewing needle
  • Embroidery thread/floss

You Will Also Need:

  • 12mm safety eyes
  • 12/14mm safety nose
  • Toy filler

Suggested yarn:

170 meters of DK weight

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Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
Kalanisnana on

Excellent Bearry Best Bear pattern around!  June 16, 2013

This is an awesome pattern. Very well written, beautiful photos, details on construction is great. Will be making a lot of these!

About Designer

About Designer

Gypsycream on
Huggable Bears
by Gypsycream
Leicestershire, England
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I learnt the art of knitting when I was about 5 years old. Even at that age I was never happy to follow a pattern, always wanting to try something different.

After a shoulder injury I found I couldn't knit anything heavy and out of sheer boredom I found myself knitting a bear. I didn't like the finished bear and thought I could do better myself so after a lot of frustrating frogging Huggable ...

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